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    Joan Miró, Barcelona (1893-1983). Catalan painter, Sculptor, muralist and ceramist. Surrealism, Dada, Personal, Experimental. Unknown title (c.1918).

    Joan Miró (1893-1983)

    Woman and Bird in the Moonlight - Joan Miro 1949/ Surrealism

    El violinista, 1967 Oswaldo Guayasamin - by style - Expressionism

    Joan Miró (Catalan, 1893-1983) Ladders Cross the Blue Sky in a Wheel of Fire

    Joan Miro artwork

    Joan Miro (1893-1983) - Catalan Spanish painter, sculptor, and ceramicist. photo by Yousuf Karsh, 1965

    Joan Miró

    Joan Miro Loiseau Solaire L' Oiseau Lunaire Etincelles Abstract Print

    René Magritte, Homesickness, 1940

    Dancer with a Bouquet, Edgar Degas

    Hairdressing - Pablo Picasso

    The hard lesson - William-Adolphe Bouguereau (November 30, 1825 - August 19, 1905). French academic painter. Bouguereau was a staunch traditionalist whose realistic genre paintings and mythological themes were modern interpretations of Classical subjects with a heavy emphasis on the female human body. Although he created an idealized world, his almost photo-realistic style was popular with rich art patrons. He was very famous in his time.

    Van Gogh, Two Lovers, Arles, 1888

    Tulips in a Vase - Paul Cezanne

    Pablo Picasso - Portrait of Sylvette David in Green Chair, 1954

    Studio of Marc Chagall, painter.

    Egon Schiele: title unknown. Minimalism at its haunting best. Schiele's work fascinates, fraught with danger, fear, hunger and pain. His use of negative and positive space and his focus on the hands with jaundiced colour. His work seems to depict a stolen moment.

    Joan Miro Poster On Board Abstract Mid Century Vintage Museum Quality – Designer Unique Finds

    Cabin under the trees, 1892 Paul Gauguin.